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Blargh, the boxed coconut water I had tasted like piss. :/

I wish there were org coconuts in NY.

Off Topic / Re: Water purification
« on: August 22, 2011, 09:52:33 am »
Im in the US , New York State, Specf New York City.

Is there like a directory of spring water locations, or sites with glass bottles for spring water, etc omg I wish this were all in one place. Finding all of this is stressful and confusing.

Off Topic / Re: Water purification
« on: August 22, 2011, 08:04:11 am »
Sorry for the major bump but i'm curious:

Does anyone know sources of Spring Water(that can be delivered) that are not in plastic jugs(worries of BPAs , Phtalades, etc) but are in glass or at least something non metal or non plastic?

General Discussion / Re: What Farms/Brands Sell NON GMO Meat?
« on: August 21, 2011, 10:25:33 am »
Get that GMO free animals and meat from my farmer who is 100% honest on that. He is in PA and twice a month he delivers the product in NJ and NY area. He can UPS in any place.

Ah what animal meats do he sell? Is he organic/grassfed/ free range etc? And does he have a disposable phone number/website?

General Discussion / What Farms/Brands Sell NON GMO Meat?
« on: August 21, 2011, 10:05:59 am »
With the whole Monsanto, GMO Alfalfa, etc I want nothing to do with any of it and have to worry about my food being contaminated/raised on it.

I am afraid now since NorthStar Bison Organic GrassFed Farm said they use Alfalfa in the winter I believe which is at high risk for GMOs.

Are there any farms that sell 100% Organic GMO Free Meats/Animals(ie Chickens, Bison, etc) that haven't been fed GMO laden grains, grass, etc.
Or will we have to go out and find hunters to purchase wild meats/pick up on hunting seasons to get our own meat because of this?

I just wanna find a source of Organic NON GMO Animal Meat.

Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Fruit Salad
« on: August 13, 2011, 03:14:14 am »
Looks pretty and yum.  :)

General Discussion / Re: collard greens
« on: August 12, 2011, 01:40:28 am »
Goitrogens and oxalates and indigestible hard fiber. I wouldn't touch cruciferous vegetables with a 5-foot pole.

Raisins = High Glycemic Cooked Carbs and Sugar course

Yeah, usually anaerobic bacteria(botulism, etc) bad bacteria, but it depends. Keep everything open and breathing.

General Discussion / How do you infect yourself with hookworms for free?
« on: August 10, 2011, 05:26:24 am »
I do not want to be told to look for an alternative, told don't do this, this is risky, etc.

On helminthic worm therapy(expensive [$1,000+]and as i've read the different parasites last from a few weeks/months-years/a long time)

The hookworms topic prior to this didn't shed much light.

How can one infect themselves with hookworms, specifically in the US without seeking the help of a helminthic therapy program. Ie infecting yourself walking barefoot, consuming animal intestine, etc. What are ways one can infect themselves for free with hookwork?

Furthermore, are there a list of locations in the US of areas high in hookworm infestation?

Off Topic / Re: Water purification
« on: August 07, 2011, 04:42:12 am »
Berkey water filter knows the demineralization of RO therefore it doesn't sap minerals:

General Discussion / Re: cholesterol woes
« on: August 06, 2011, 07:41:44 am »
It is detrimental not to consume cholestrol.

Off Topic / Re: Ants
« on: August 03, 2011, 10:44:03 pm »
Yeah cinnamon irritates which is why its a good repellent :).

I think garlic would work to insects hate it, some org garlic powder sprinkled around or consuming garlic so insects don't bite you.

Essential oils maybe too but they make me itch so I don't use them.

Off Topic / Re: Clay
« on: July 31, 2011, 02:41:05 am »
Oh okay was wondering if you had any more horrible reactions.

Off Topic / Re: Clay
« on: July 30, 2011, 10:46:40 pm »
Ah must've been the salt or detox then. How did it go after another clay supplement?

Fruits without toxins/natural defenses and ones that you aren't allergic to that are Tree Ripened prob wont give ya problems. Esp wild edible fruit.

Eggs don't have much.

App there's iodine in like meats and plants that had a source of nourished soil(i'd imagine it'd be better in wild plants/animals/seafood)

For the main iodine now i'd say Seafood, Sea Veg, and Blood. Manganese mmm i'd say other foods and meats still iffy.

Off Topic / Re: Clay
« on: July 27, 2011, 02:50:33 am »
I got this kind, of the granulated one. since I have a marble mortar and pestle and can grind things to powder myself.

Oh hmm I wonder if that French clay is a sodium clay. Tyler, how do we know if a clay is like a sodium clay or bad for you?

Off Topic / Re: Clay
« on: July 26, 2011, 10:18:16 pm »
well I did add salt to the first mixture I made, perhaps that's why I got constipated.. it hasn't been very easy going since then though, even without having eaten anymore clay, so I think other factors might be involved.

Yeah never add salt or anything clay is very sensitive. You never know what'll happen.

What type of clay did you consume?

General Discussion / Re: The FDA again this is FUCKING FASCISM
« on: July 25, 2011, 08:18:38 am »
How will I be able to smoke my walnuts without getting a bad rap now?

Off Topic / Re: Clay
« on: July 24, 2011, 09:09:28 pm »
Well uh, I ground up my clay into a powder, then mixed it with water (I only ever drink fiji water, if what the labels on fiji water say is true, then it is the purest most natural water that I can possibly get in my opinion.  It is far too smoggy and polluted here, in SoCal, for me to consider using rainwater, and I have never nor will I ever trust tap water, even filtered.)  just enough for it to become the texture of like regular clay that you use for molding and firing.  I mixed it with my fingers, I don't trust metal utensils anyways but the instructions with the clay say not to use metal anyways because it reacts with the clay.  I ground it in a marble mortar and pestle, and mixed it in an either glass bowl, or a plastic so hard that it feels like glass.. I can't tell if these bowls I bought are glass or plastic, and the box didn't say (which makes me suspect they might be plastic) but then one of them broke, it broke just like glass, so.. I don't know. 

Anyways, I ate about a spoonful or so of this stuff, right after mixing it, I didn't really let it sit or anything.  I ate it first thing in the morning, when my stomach was completely empty, since the night before the only thing i consumed was some water mixed with raw apple cider vinegar.  I ate it slowly, first licking the stuff off my fingers since I mixed it with them and it was all over my fingers, then I took out a lump of it and popped it in my mouth, slowly sucking and chewing on it like I would a piece of hard candy or taffy, and making sure to eat it slowly so it wouldn't all be one big lump.  Soon afterwards, I got a really bad stomach ache, that eventually got to the point that I felt like puking.  I even went to the toilet and hung my head over it waiting to puke, but it's very difficult for me to puke even if I really feel like it and even if I stick my fingers down my throat.  I never ended up puking, I just lay in bed curled up, half asleep for a while.  The stomach ache didn't go away for a long while, and I was really really hungry since I hadn't eaten for a while either, and finally ended up eating some raw cheese.  A little while after eating the cheese I started to feel better, even though I felt like eating it was going to make me want to puke even more, it didn't.  It also tasted extremely salty to me, though it is salted cheese, it had never tasted so salty to me before.  Though that might be because on the first batch of clay that I made I added a bunch of my himilayan pink salt, but it ended up tasting way too salty for me, so I didnt eat much of it and made a new batch with just pure clay and water. 

But it made me feel so sick tht I'm scared to eat it again, I don't know why it made me so nauseated though..

Yeah was that the French Clay you consumed? If so/if not wondering like everyone said if it's a sodium clay.

For some reason cause of its name(like sodium bicarbonate) i'm comparing it to and the effects of baking soda in my mind. Baking soda(sodium) would make me feel that way.

Display Your Culinary Creations / Re: Roadkill-eating info
« on: July 24, 2011, 06:39:48 pm »
There ends up being a lot of ran over rabbits and squirrels around here, but I'm kind of scared to eat them because I have no idea what they've been eating.. how do I know they haven't been digging through people's trash and eating nasty human food?  How do I know the grass they're eating from hasn't been sprayed with toxic chemicals?  How do I know that some of the people around here, who find all the rabbits as pests, didn't spray their yard with poison to kill the rabbits?  I don't live in the country, there's no forests around here, just a bunch of dry fields lined with roads that people probably throw all their trash into, plus the rodents might be polluted from all the cars that drive around here, with all the toxins I don't see how the animals could even be considered organic, and might all be contaminated with disease from pollution..

I'm wondering too. I'd only eat an animal from like a cut off national park, forest, desert, etc.

Hot Topics / Re: Indeed, Size Matters
« on: July 24, 2011, 02:33:29 am »
Size doesn't matter to me.

General Discussion / Re: Wild Food Sources
« on: July 24, 2011, 02:30:59 am »
Lots of maggot culture information if you google raising maggots bait. For example, this one: I never tried this myself.

can't you just like cut a few holes in some raw meat, hang it, and let the flies swarm?

General Discussion / Re: Wild Food Sources
« on: July 23, 2011, 02:39:15 pm »
What insects are you looking for? I've raised some. Like anything - you have to think about the fact that you will be eating them and not just feeding them to pets or fishing with them - which is what most of them are raised for in the US and therefore - their diets are geared towards making them inexpensive.

Take for instance eggs - I mean those are raised to be eaten by humans and yet the chickens can be fed a horrendous all GM grain diet and sprayed with petroleum.

Like so many things it might be best to raise them yourself and feed them right.

What would you have to feed em? For example like uhm, worms/grubs etc. Not sure of anything specific.

And does anyone know of any hunters you can contact via online that sells their catch/game?

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